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  • A rum drink. * Contributed by The Bartending School
  • Popeye is a film which Robin Williams starred in between seasons 2 and 3 of Mork & Mindy. The film was referenced numerous times by Mork, in episodes such as Mindy Gets Her Job and Pajama Game II.
  • The film premiered on December 6, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, to mixed reviews and disappointing box office results. Harry Nilsson's soundtrack received mostly positive reviews.
  • Popeye appeared as a member of the Council of Nine in the "Imaginationland" trilogy. He was seen fighting against some of the evil characters, including the Woodland Critters, where he was getting raped by them, until Butters imagined some spinach for him. Popeye's theme song also plays whenever Towelie gets high. He hasn't appeared since the Imaginationland trilogy.
  • (The Disneycember logo is shown, before showing clips from 1980's Popeye. The film's theme song plays in the background) Doug (vo): Did you know that "Popeye" is technically a Disney film? Yeah, it's one of the few times that Disney actually worked with another studio to get a film made. And I'm here to talk about it today. Why? Because, in my opinion, I think too many people hate on this movie. Okay, it's not great, okay, it almost destroyed Robin Williams' career, and...okay, maybe it is a completely pointless film to have around. But with all those factors taken in... (sighs) Let's just look at the story.
  • Popeye is a 1982 video game by Nintendo R&D1 released in arcades. The game is a platformer in a similar vein to Donkey Kong, which was also developed by R&D1. Interestingly, Shigeru Miyamoto originally wanted Donkey Kong to feature Popeye characters, though Nintendo couldn't receive the license to do so. However, after the success of the game, it was understandable that they would be given the right to create a game based off of the property. A Famicom port of the game was released alongside the console, and years later the game would be released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in America.
  • Popeye was a nickname which was given to Gordie as a little kid by his parents.
  • Popeye is mentioned in Ook and Gluk.
  • Popeye is published by IDW. Cover price is $3.99.
  • Popeye was a cartoon series.
  • Popeye is the main character of the TV series Popeye the Sailor Man. He appeared as a one time character in the episode The Lemon-AIDS Walk. Here, Popeye was portrayed as the owner of a crack house, selling steroids to Captain Hero.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Popeye is a cartoon character created by Elzie Crisler Segar for his newspaper comic strip Thimble Theatre. Originally introduced as a one-shot character in a 1929 storyline, he ended up becoming the strip's most popular character, to the point that he eventually took over as the main character. He would also star in a long-running series of cartoon shorts, including three shorts set at Christmastime.
  • Popeye is a 1980 musical comedy live-action film adaptation directed by Robert Altman and adapted from E. C. Segar's Thimble Theatre aka Popeye comic strip. It stars Robin Williams (his film debut) as Popeye the Sailor Man and Shelley Duvall as Olive Oyl. It premiered on December 6, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, to mixed reviews and disappointing box office. The film has since been released on DVD as well as digital download. Harry Nilsson's soundtrack received mostly positive reviews.
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  • Popeye, c'est lui. lel.Catégorie:Logan Catégorie:Hahaha... pas drôle. Catégorie:En déssanimé cé mieu lel
  • Popeye, conosciuto ai più anche come Cazzo Braccio di ferro, è uno sgorbio di marinaio orbo alto due mele o poco più. Dedito alle droghe mascherate da verdure, passa le sue giornate ad assumere queste ultime, per menare sempre quell'armadio di sei metri di Bruto, che se la fa da una vita con Olivia.
  • Hanna-Barbera produced several Popeye animated series for TV (CBS) and film from 1978 to 1987: * The All-New Popeye Hour * Popeye - (The Animated segment for the 1980 film by Paramount and Walt Disney Pictures with Robin Williams.) * The Popeye & Olive Comedy Show * Popeye and Son
  • The Library of Congress started posting public domain images from a Coney Island Sideshow to Flickr in 2008. They are genuine color slides from the 1930s - 40s. One such photo was of Popeye.
  • Popeye aligned with the Aquabats briefly as rhythm guitarist in the summer of 2005. This was during the time of the release of Charge!!, although he didn't record on the album itself. He toured with the band during this time and was noted for his incredible vocal performance on Journey's "Don't Stop Believing", which was usually played during the encores. He can be seen as the often questioned "Sixth Aquabat" in the Fashion Zombies! video.
  • Popeye is the main hero of the Popeye series of cartoons, comic books and even the live-movie. He is portrayed as a tough but relatively harmless sailor who has no time for troublemakers or bullies and is in love with Olive Oyl. He finds himself under attack on an almost daily basis by the brutish Bluto. Who is also in love with Olive Oyl but is a much bigger, meaner individual than Popeye so thinks he can win her simply by beating Popeye up or causing trouble.
  • thumb|261px Popeye es una película estadounidense dirigida por Robert Altman en 1980 con guion de Jules Feiffer basada en el famoso personaje de tiras cómicas y de cortometrajes de dibujos animados creado por Elzie Crisler Segar en 1929.
  • January 2, 2007. My 21 year old daughter & her dog Popeye, a 4 year old male pug, had been living with us for 4 months and I was Popeye's care taker during this time. Well on January 2nd, she moved out of the house and took my beloved Popeye with her. We did not hear from her until March and when I asked about Popeye she told me that he had escaped from the yard at the house she was staying in and she could not find him. H S
  • In "You May Now Kiss the...Uh...Guy Who Receives" he pays a visit to Dr. Hartman. Hartman informs him that the lumps in his arms are actually tumors. When Popeye tried to reply to this, it was all stuttered gibber. Hartman explained that Popeye's weird speaking pattern is caused by a stroke he had a few years ago. Popeye still being alive is deemed a miracle. In "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire", Cleveland Brown, angered by his wife's betrayal, he ate a can of spinach which caused his forearms to gain muscles, just as Popeye often would. Wimpy appears as a stroke victim in "McStroke"
  • Mais moi je connais un auteur particulier, un auteur qui serait incapable d'enchaîner trois phrases d'affilée tant son génie créateur le stimule et le force à cracher des propos toujours moins dénués de sens car directement issus de son esprit perturbé de génie éternellement incompris : Yoshkill ! Aussi, à partir d'un thème choisi au hasard — Popeye — voyons étape par étape comment cet auteur s'y prend pour nous divertir, et nous faire mouiller nos culottes pour ne pas dire en pisser de rire à tout rompre !
  • Popeye the Sailor is a fictional hero famous for appearing in comic strips and animated films as well as numerous TV shows. He was created by Elzie Crisler Segar, and first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929. As of January 1, 2009, Segar's character of Popeye (though not the various films, TV shows, theme music, and other media based on him) has entered the public domain in most countries.
  • Popeye is a comic strip and cartoon character, a salty sailor known for his abnormally large arms, prodigious strength, and inexplicable adoration of the skinny, often shrewish Olive Oyl. Created by Elzie Segar, Popeye debuted in Segar's strip Thimble Theater as a supporting character in 1929, but soon took over the strip.
  • Popeye is a sailor character created in 1928 by Elzie Crisler Segar for his Thimble Theatre comic strip (subsequently renamed after Popeye himself). He is the protagonist of many comics and animated cartoons, who is best known for his squinting (or entirely missing) right eye, huge forearms with two anchor tattoos, skinny upper arms, and corncob pipe. He can occasionally be seen smoking his pipe but usually he toots it like a tugboat and sometimes uses it as a weapon by blowing the smoke in his enemies faces. His strength varies among his portrayals: as per the original comics, he is super-humanly strong and can lift huge objects, while in later adaptations he is not quite as mighty until he gains a boost in strength by eating spinach. He is known to mutter when he speaks and mangle the En
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  • Tony Lombardo
  • David A. Simmous
  • John W. Holmes
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  • Popeye
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  • Have a happy holiday wit me an' Olive
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  • Harry Nilsson
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  • Council of Nine Member; Sailor
  • Crack House Owner
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  • Marry Olive.
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  • Heterosexual
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  • Robin
  • Shelley Duvall
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  • Arcade, NES
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  • Michael Vogelsang
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  • Black
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  • Popeye
  • Popeye: The Sailor Man
  • Tom Sims and Bill Zaboly's Thimble Theatre
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  • 81
  • Unknown
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  • 6840.0
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  • "Imaginationland, Episode II"
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  • Robert Evans
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  • 105
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  • Bald
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  • 1980-12-12
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  • Popeye
  • Popeye the Sailor Man
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  • Platformer
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  • Game
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  • 1929-01-17
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  • Artwork of Popeye.
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  • Guitar
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  • Popeye the Sailor
  • Greatest Sailor in the World
  • King of Popilania
  • King of the Mardi Gras
  • Mister Popeye or Runt
  • Mr. Eye
  • Pooh-Pooh
  • Pop-Eye
  • Popito
  • The One-Eyed Sailor
  • Ugly Kidd
  • Uncle Popeye
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  • Giuseppe Rotunno
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  • Sailing the world.
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  • Giuseppe Rotunno
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  • Unknown
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  • Human
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  • Kids
  • Popeye
  • Blow Me Down
  • Din' We
  • He Needs Me
  • He's Large
  • I Yam What I Yam
  • I'm Mean
  • I'm Popeye the Sailor Man
  • It's Not Easy Being Me
  • Sailin'
  • Swee' Pea's Lullaby
  • Sweethaven—An Anthem
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  • Public
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  • Black
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  • Harry Nilsson
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  • D
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  • Jack Mercer
  • William "Billy" Costello
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  • * Superhuman Strength: Popeye gains superhuman strength after he eats an entire can of spinach.
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  • 4.9823017E7
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  • Harvey
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  • 2005
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  • 81353
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  • Paramount Pictures
  • Buena Vista Distribution, Inc.
  • Buena Vista Distributor
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  • 1000
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  • Single player, multiplayer
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  • 1980-12-12
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  • Popeye
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  • JP: 1982
  • NA: 1982
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  • A rum drink. * Contributed by The Bartending School
  • Mais moi je connais un auteur particulier, un auteur qui serait incapable d'enchaîner trois phrases d'affilée tant son génie créateur le stimule et le force à cracher des propos toujours moins dénués de sens car directement issus de son esprit perturbé de génie éternellement incompris : Yoshkill ! Pourtant des titres BestOf il en amasse le bougre, il squatte le top 10 d'années en année et continue inlassablement de nous faire marrer à chacune de ses publications. Abordant des thèmes allant de la raclette à Petit Loup, en passant par la Lorraine et j'en passe et des meilleures, il a su renouer avec ce style simple et épuré qui lui est propre, et qui nous comble de bonheur. Aussi, à partir d'un thème choisi au hasard — Popeye — voyons étape par étape comment cet auteur s'y prend pour nous divertir, et nous faire mouiller nos culottes pour ne pas dire en pisser de rire à tout rompre !
  • Popeye is a film which Robin Williams starred in between seasons 2 and 3 of Mork & Mindy. The film was referenced numerous times by Mork, in episodes such as Mindy Gets Her Job and Pajama Game II.
  • thumb|261px Popeye es una película estadounidense dirigida por Robert Altman en 1980 con guion de Jules Feiffer basada en el famoso personaje de tiras cómicas y de cortometrajes de dibujos animados creado por Elzie Crisler Segar en 1929. En los papeles principales actuaron Robin Williams como Popeye, en su primer papel protagonista, acompañado de Shelley Duvall como Olivia Olivo, la novia de Popeye y Paul L. Smith en el papel de Bruto (Bluto). La película caricaturizó a los personajes, y el tratamiento de la acción física se basó en la exageración y falta de realismo propia del cómic. Popeye amplió el universo original dándole mayor complejidad, aunque seguía siendo una adaptación muy literal, en lo que se ha llegado a llamar cartoonish, un tipo de adaptación basada en la simplicidad de la historia, la acción exagerada e inverosímil y personajes planos. La película fracasó por la evidente desconexión entre las expectativas del público y la peculiar naturaleza de la película; la mayor parte de la crítica restó valor a la película y recomendaron a los espectadores ver los cortos originales de Fleischer Studios.
  • The film premiered on December 6, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, to mixed reviews and disappointing box office results. Harry Nilsson's soundtrack received mostly positive reviews.
  • Popeye appeared as a member of the Council of Nine in the "Imaginationland" trilogy. He was seen fighting against some of the evil characters, including the Woodland Critters, where he was getting raped by them, until Butters imagined some spinach for him. Popeye's theme song also plays whenever Towelie gets high. He hasn't appeared since the Imaginationland trilogy.
  • (The Disneycember logo is shown, before showing clips from 1980's Popeye. The film's theme song plays in the background) Doug (vo): Did you know that "Popeye" is technically a Disney film? Yeah, it's one of the few times that Disney actually worked with another studio to get a film made. And I'm here to talk about it today. Why? Because, in my opinion, I think too many people hate on this movie. Okay, it's not great, okay, it almost destroyed Robin Williams' career, and...okay, maybe it is a completely pointless film to have around. But with all those factors taken in... (sighs) Let's just look at the story.
  • Popeye is a 1982 video game by Nintendo R&D1 released in arcades. The game is a platformer in a similar vein to Donkey Kong, which was also developed by R&D1. Interestingly, Shigeru Miyamoto originally wanted Donkey Kong to feature Popeye characters, though Nintendo couldn't receive the license to do so. However, after the success of the game, it was understandable that they would be given the right to create a game based off of the property. A Famicom port of the game was released alongside the console, and years later the game would be released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in America.
  • In "You May Now Kiss the...Uh...Guy Who Receives" he pays a visit to Dr. Hartman. Hartman informs him that the lumps in his arms are actually tumors. When Popeye tried to reply to this, it was all stuttered gibber. Hartman explained that Popeye's weird speaking pattern is caused by a stroke he had a few years ago. Popeye still being alive is deemed a miracle. In "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire", Cleveland Brown, angered by his wife's betrayal, he ate a can of spinach which caused his forearms to gain muscles, just as Popeye often would. Wimpy appears as a stroke victim in "McStroke" Bluto was nominated for an Academy Award in "April in Quahog". Popeye's laugh is used as part of Weenie and the Butt's sound effects at the gay pride parade in "Roads to Vegas". Peter tries to emulate Popeye by eating spinach during the fight with three tough guys that take the booth at The Drunken Clam in "Herpe, the Love Sore", but finds the can difficult to open and the spinach watery. A special forces agent compares Jeremy Renner to a young Popeye in "Run, Chris, Run". Peter notes that he likes to squeeze chili cans until they pop into his mouth like Popeye's spinach in "Saturated Fat Guy".
  • Popeye was a nickname which was given to Gordie as a little kid by his parents.
  • Popeye is mentioned in Ook and Gluk.
  • Popeye is published by IDW. Cover price is $3.99.
  • Popeye was a cartoon series.
  • Popeye is a comic strip and cartoon character, a salty sailor known for his abnormally large arms, prodigious strength, and inexplicable adoration of the skinny, often shrewish Olive Oyl. Created by Elzie Segar, Popeye debuted in Segar's strip Thimble Theater as a supporting character in 1929, but soon took over the strip. In 1932, Popeye made the transition to animation in a long-running series of Paramount cartoons, initially produced by Max Fleischer, which introduced spinach as the source of the sailor's strength and emphasized the romantic rivalry between the sailor and the burly bearded Bluto. Popeye went on to star on radio, in Robert Altman's 1980 film, and in several TV series and specials.
  • Popeye is the main character of the TV series Popeye the Sailor Man. He appeared as a one time character in the episode The Lemon-AIDS Walk. Here, Popeye was portrayed as the owner of a crack house, selling steroids to Captain Hero.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Popeye is a cartoon character created by Elzie Crisler Segar for his newspaper comic strip Thimble Theatre. Originally introduced as a one-shot character in a 1929 storyline, he ended up becoming the strip's most popular character, to the point that he eventually took over as the main character. He would also star in a long-running series of cartoon shorts, including three shorts set at Christmastime.
  • Popeye is a sailor character created in 1928 by Elzie Crisler Segar for his Thimble Theatre comic strip (subsequently renamed after Popeye himself). He is the protagonist of many comics and animated cartoons, who is best known for his squinting (or entirely missing) right eye, huge forearms with two anchor tattoos, skinny upper arms, and corncob pipe. He can occasionally be seen smoking his pipe but usually he toots it like a tugboat and sometimes uses it as a weapon by blowing the smoke in his enemies faces. His strength varies among his portrayals: as per the original comics, he is super-humanly strong and can lift huge objects, while in later adaptations he is not quite as mighty until he gains a boost in strength by eating spinach. He is known to mutter when he speaks and mangle the English language (e.g, he calls elephants and infants "elephinks" and "infinks", respectively). Popeye's creator, E. C. Segar, characterized him as violent and uncivilized yet introspective and with a high moral fiber. Popeye has a long and rich history spanning nearly a century and is one of the most recognizable and beloved cartoon characters in the world, consistently regarded as one of the best ever created.
  • Popeye is a 1980 musical comedy live-action film adaptation directed by Robert Altman and adapted from E. C. Segar's Thimble Theatre aka Popeye comic strip. It stars Robin Williams (his film debut) as Popeye the Sailor Man and Shelley Duvall as Olive Oyl. It premiered on December 6, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, to mixed reviews and disappointing box office. The film has since been released on DVD as well as digital download. Harry Nilsson's soundtrack received mostly positive reviews.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Popeye/preload editintro=Popeye/editintro width=25
  • Popeye, c'est lui. lel.Catégorie:Logan Catégorie:Hahaha... pas drôle. Catégorie:En déssanimé cé mieu lel
  • Popeye, conosciuto ai più anche come Cazzo Braccio di ferro, è uno sgorbio di marinaio orbo alto due mele o poco più. Dedito alle droghe mascherate da verdure, passa le sue giornate ad assumere queste ultime, per menare sempre quell'armadio di sei metri di Bruto, che se la fa da una vita con Olivia.
  • Hanna-Barbera produced several Popeye animated series for TV (CBS) and film from 1978 to 1987: * The All-New Popeye Hour * Popeye - (The Animated segment for the 1980 film by Paramount and Walt Disney Pictures with Robin Williams.) * The Popeye & Olive Comedy Show * Popeye and Son
  • Popeye is the main hero of the Popeye series of cartoons, comic books and even the live-movie. He is portrayed as a tough but relatively harmless sailor who has no time for troublemakers or bullies and is in love with Olive Oyl. He finds himself under attack on an almost daily basis by the brutish Bluto. Who is also in love with Olive Oyl but is a much bigger, meaner individual than Popeye so thinks he can win her simply by beating Popeye up or causing trouble. Of course Bluto remains overconfident of his size and strength and seems to always forget Popeye's special power - whenever Popeye eats spinach he transforms into a virtually unstoppable super-strong sailor whose strength knows no bounds.. through the power of spinach Popeye has defeated Bluto time and time again and won the heart of Olive Oyl. In the live-action movie, in which he is played by the late actor Robin Williams, Popeye despises eating spinach. However, when he is forced into eating it anyway, he, like his cartoon counterpart, becomes super-strong and beats up Bluto.
  • Popeye the Sailor is a fictional hero famous for appearing in comic strips and animated films as well as numerous TV shows. He was created by Elzie Crisler Segar, and first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929. As of January 1, 2009, Segar's character of Popeye (though not the various films, TV shows, theme music, and other media based on him) has entered the public domain in most countries. Although Segar's Thimble Theatre strip, first published on December 19, 1919, was in its tenth year when Popeye made his debut, the sailor quickly became the main focus of the strip and Thimble Theatre became one of King Features' most popular strips during the 1930s. Thimble Theatre was carried on after Segar's death in 1938 by several writers and artists, including Segar's assistant Bud Sagendorf. The strip, now titled Popeye, continues to appear in first-run installments in Sunday papers, written and drawn by Hy Eisman. The daily strips are reprints of old Sagendorf stories. In 1933, Max and Dave Fleischer's Fleischer Studios adapted the Thimble Theatre characters into a series of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoon shorts for Paramount Pictures. These cartoons proved to be among the most popular of the 1930s, and the Fleischers—and later Paramount's own Famous Studios—continued production through 1957. Since then, Popeye has appeared in comic books, television cartoons, arcade and video games, hundreds of advertisements and peripheral products, and including a 1980 live-action film directed by Robert Altman starring comedian Robin Williams as Popeye.
  • The Library of Congress started posting public domain images from a Coney Island Sideshow to Flickr in 2008. They are genuine color slides from the 1930s - 40s. One such photo was of Popeye.
  • Popeye aligned with the Aquabats briefly as rhythm guitarist in the summer of 2005. This was during the time of the release of Charge!!, although he didn't record on the album itself. He toured with the band during this time and was noted for his incredible vocal performance on Journey's "Don't Stop Believing", which was usually played during the encores. He can be seen as the often questioned "Sixth Aquabat" in the Fashion Zombies! video.
  • January 2, 2007. My 21 year old daughter & her dog Popeye, a 4 year old male pug, had been living with us for 4 months and I was Popeye's care taker during this time. Well on January 2nd, she moved out of the house and took my beloved Popeye with her. We did not hear from her until March and when I asked about Popeye she told me that he had escaped from the yard at the house she was staying in and she could not find him. I made up a flyer and took it to the copy shop and had them make a hundred copies. I placed posters all around the area Popeye went missing. I then called my daughter to find out how long he had been missing. A month...I was shocked she had not told us sooner..statistics will tell you if you don't find the animal within the first 3 weeks you most likely will not find them at all. Still I began putting posters around town. I received several phone calls about a pug in the area. He was lost and I always ran to wherever the caller said they had seen him. Then one day a caller said they had a male pug so I rushed to the address only to find that the male pug they had was not my baby. As the weeks passed, I saw the little male pug several times. Most times I figured it was him before I went but still I went. Still every week I put up more and more flyers for Popeye but got less and less phone calls. I put an ad in the paper and searched the neighborhood, spoke with the people, and handed out more flyers. Until then I did not know about The Secret. It came into my life when I took my son to MSU for campus visitation and we went to the bookstore on campus. The first time we went in I purchased several items but not The Secret. I did not even see the book. But later that day my son wanted something else so we went back to the store and as we were getting in line to checkout, I saw The Secret. I had no idea what it was but the cover struck me so I purchased the book without any idea what it was. After the weekend was over I brought the book home and began reading it. Then I realized why Popeye was not home yet. When he left I put his bed in the garage. It had been in my closet but it hurt me to look at it. I put the bed back in the closet and I went to the vet and got his food. I still put up posters but I also said thanks daily for Popeye being home. I so believed he was home I would cry I was so thankful. Still for a couple of weeks there were no calls of any kind yet I never lost faith. Then on April 17, 2007 I got a call saying they had seen a pug in the area. At the time they saw him, Popeye had been lost only for a couple of weeks but they just wanted me to know there was still hope. I thought that was wonderful of them. Then a few hours later I received another call and this man told me that Popeye was in Texas with his niece. He told me she had been down visiting in February and found Popeye by the school (very close to where he escaped). She had walked around the neighborhood asking if anyone knew him but found no one. So when it came time for her to go home she took him with her since her parents had 4 dogs and could not keep another. Her uncle and been traveling for several months and when he came home he saw my flyers around town and called his niece and told her that Popeye's family was hunting for him. He gave me her number and I called her and I asked if the dog she had did Popeye's trick and sure enough he did. Now, you must be thinking how do I get Popeye when he is in Texas and I am in Mississippi? Well, the rest of the story is that she lived 45 minutes from my father. On Wednesday April 18th, he picked Popeye up and is bringing him home to me next month when he comes for my son's graduation! H S
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